- Bitcoin Rap Battle Debate: Hamilton vs. Satoshi (BITCOIN GIVEAWAY) [feat. EpicLloyd, TimDeLaGhetto]
- The Web3 Movement’s Quest to Build a ‘Can’t Be Evil’ Internet
- The Ownership Economy 2022
- People Don't Find DAOs, DAOs Find Them w/Jon Hillis
- Tim O’Reilly helped bring us Web 1.0 and 2.0. Here’s why he’s a Web3 skeptic
Bitcoin giveaway rules here ► http://bit.ly/coinrul We're giving away 1 BITCOIN, split between 2 winners: ½ BTC to a commenter on this video, just tell us wh...
On this episode of Rehash, we’re talking with Jon Hillis, Co-Founder of Cabin DAO. Cabin DAO is a community for web3 creators and an experiment in decentrali...
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It’s been a bummer summer for crypto. Flagship coins Bitcoin and Ether are at multiyear lows, while lesser coins barrel to zero. Luna went from a market capitalization of $34 billion (“market” and…
An Intro to Anonymity
What to know about the new DeSci movement
A decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) is a group organized around a specific mission that coordinates through a shared set of rules enforced on a blockchain. DAOs themselves are just…
Is tech history repeating itself? O’Reilly believes we’re now in the ‘irrational exuberance’ phase of crypto and Web3, and that a reckoning is coming.
Crypto dreamers want to free us from Big Tech and exploitative capitalism—using only the blockchain, game theory, and code. What could possibly go wrong?
Where the Head of Instagram is suggest the web is going in his 2022 TED Talk. Understand why web3, NFT's, smart contracts and portable audience are discussed
A primer on the state of web3
To guide web3 builders tackling what decentralization means in practice, across several use cases, we cover: the design challenge of web3 decentralization; how builders can use the novel components of…
«“Don’t be evil” is very different than “can’t be evil” when a CEO decides one course or another.»
A Collaboration with Station's Tina He
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